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Episode 21: Paper People

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    ~ wishing I was more “portable” for podcasting (thoughts after hearing the “Ella is Born” episode of Two Boobs and a Baby
    ~ we see innovative self-portraits on the bulletin boards at school
    ~ a blocky cut-paper person from last year
    ~ a chubby paper doll figure with slits for weaving [funky hair, cool clothes, etc.]
    ~ rigid heddle weaving in the house [but not me!]
    ~ integrating weaving into your journals and sketchbooks [that’s me!]
    ~ warp and weft explained with paper weaving
    ~ notthe template I talk about, but a few doll templates…
    ~ cute little monster-like, rubber-band powered “Poppers” from Rob Ives’ Flying Pig Paper Animation site
    ~ Paper Forest site
    ~ Math Curse (brilliant in terms of math content and execution of design/illustration) [“On Monday in math class, Mrs. Fibonacci says, ‘You know, you can think of almost everything as a math problem.’ On Tuesday, I start having problems.”]
    ~ Thinking with Type
    ~ stories for kids with an “art” theme… All I See, Emily’s Art, and Matthew A.B.C
    ~ ATC exchange reminder [deadline is December 31] and information on the CMP Circle ATC 1 album [kudos to Ryan for being first to post his memory-evoking cards to the album!]
    ~ Matthew shares a Jack-O-Lantern song
    ~ quote from well-known song and one seen on the JeffSketch blog
    ~ and more… (show length: 1 hr, 2 min)

    Featured Podsafe Music:
    Shane Jackman ~ Simply Put [magnatune.com]
    Kelly Mueller ~ Always Be Your Butterfly [PMN]
    Intro Clip: Jim Fidler ~ All I Really Wanted [PMN]

Titles Mentioned in Episode 21 and related titles… (and other relevant highlights)
Math Curse Science Verse
Thinking with Type So Few of Me Emily's Art All I See Matthew A B C The North Star the Dot ish

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